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Conversation Between SamDoe1 and TrickTizzle
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  1. SamDoe1
    05-13-2014 10:34 PM
    SamDoe1
    So I just noticed that you replied here... Anyway, I lived in Yankee Hill towers for 3 years and it was fantastic. Highly recommend. They are more expensive than other places but if you get roommates it's not bad at all and you get all the amenities of a nice complex.
  2. TrickTizzle
    05-01-2014 05:29 PM
    TrickTizzle
    Definitely. That's the only nice part of town, infact, thinking about moving near the MSOE area in the summer
  3. SamDoe1
    04-30-2014 09:40 AM
    SamDoe1
    You should really try and hang out more in the real downtown area, it's a lot nicer. Water street is a lot of fun, Lakefront brewery is a great tour, hit up as many of the brew tours as possible for free beer. Now that summer is (slowly) coming back, try and go to some baseball games. Bring a grill and a case of beer and have a good time. Make sure to show up 3 hours early (srs).
  4. TrickTizzle
    04-30-2014 09:22 AM
    TrickTizzle
    Yeah, I turned 21 in December! I've only been out a handful of times, no time these days with school and new job.
    I begin to realize more and more that the UWM is the ass crack of the area. lol!
  5. SamDoe1
    04-30-2014 09:09 AM
    SamDoe1
    Things are going, just work work work. Started a new job about a month ago now so been busy adapting to that and working on my house to get that to where we wan tit to be.

    Milwaukee will do that to you though. Are you 21 yet? If not, the place gets a lot more fun once you are. :) I found that the best things about the MKE area are just outside of the city. If you're at UWM you're pretty much in the asscrack of the city.
  6. TrickTizzle
    04-30-2014 08:59 AM
    TrickTizzle
    F*ck Milwaukee. The city is tiny yet traffic is backed up like a city with 20 million people!
    Not to mention the pothole infested roads and jackass sheriffs that put speed traps in a 50mph zone going around downtown...wtf!? Milwaukee has been real great Lol . Haha Minnesota normally doesn't give me that rude of a welcome.
    How've you been?
  7. TrickTizzle
    07-10-2011 01:51 AM
    TrickTizzle
    add me on google+

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